NEW DELHI: B Ganeshan has taken charge as MD of AFC India Ltd (Formerly, Agricultural Finance Corporation). AFC is a National level premier multi-disciplinary consultancy and technical support organization established way back in the year 1968 wholly owned by Commercial Banks, NABARD and EXIMBank. AFC is a deemed Government Company and its accounts are audited by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG).Prior to this appointment, Ganesban was serving as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) in the Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India. He has served for over 22 years in NABARD as well as various Ministries of Government of India viz. Ministry of Power, Ministry of Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Ministry of Shipping and other premier National level institutions in senior administrative capacities. He also had a stint as Regional Manager in Agriculture Insurance Co. of India (AIC), an apex institution established by Govt. of India, leading four important states viz.,.Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
TORONTO — Soaring metal and energy shares helped push Canada’s main stock index higher Tuesday as commodity prices rose on global positive sentiment from China and OPEC.In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was up 73.68 points to 15,202.37. The metals sector was the leading advancer, climbing nearly five per cent as the September copper contract gained 11 cents to US$2.85 a pound, hitting a five-month high.Metal prices were being supported on signs that China’s GDP is expected to grow in the second half of the year, said Noman Ali, a portfolio manager at Manulife Asset Management.Prices were also bolstered after American construction and mining equipment maker Caterpillar reported better-than-expected earnings results and raised its forecast for revenue and profit for the full year, citing increased demand across many of its markets including China.“The company had good things to say about China,” Ali said.In the currency market, the Canadian dollar was trading at an average price of 79.96 cents US, up. 0.04 of a U.S. cent.In New York, markets were back on their winning streak amid a heavy week of corporate earnings releases. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed 100.26 points to 21,613.43. The S&P 500 index gained 7.22 points to 2,477.13 and the Nasdaq composite edged up 1.36 points to 6,412.17, both eclipsing record highs.The U.S. Federal Reserve’s policymaking committee kicked off a two-day meeting, following its decision last month to raise short-term interest rates for the third time since December.The central bank also announced plans to start gradually paring its bond holdings later this year, a move that could cause rates to rise. Most investors expect the Fed to hold rates steady at this week’s meeting and possibly raise them one more time this year.“Although the probability of a hike is pretty low, we would still be interested in the balance sheet and the comments around the balance sheet and shrinkage,” said Ali.In commodities, the September crude contract was up $1.55 to US$47.89 per barrel amid news that the world’s largest oil producer, Saudi Arabia, vowed to cut exports next month.The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and several non-OPEC producers like Russia decided last year to rein in output, but prices have fallen below US$50 a barrel in recent weeks amid concerns about higher production in the U.S. and some countries’ lack of discipline in enforcing the cuts.The International Energy Agency has estimated that compliance with the OPEC output cut fell to 78 per cent in June, from 95 per cent the previous month.Beyond high U.S. output, oil prices have also been pressured by production increases in OPEC members Libya and Nigeria, which have exemptions from the cuts due to political instability.Elsewhere in commodities, the September natural gas contract advanced five cents to US$2.93 per mmBTU and the August gold contract was down $2.20 to US$1,252.10 an ounce.— With files from The Associated PressFollow @LindaNguyenTO on Twitter.
“Cultivating a collaborative culture” has become a common element in many a modern corporate mission statement — an onus carried on the shoulders of various disciplines within the business. Incorporating Technology in Modern Workspace Design Michelle Burbick May 16, 2019 A snapshot of how modern offices that bridge technology with physical spaces can have maximum impact for businesses and their employees For IT, supporting a culture of collaboration means ensuring employees have desktop tools and meeting room technologies that facilitate conversation and enable seamless content sharing. Similarly, Facilities must make sure that employees have workspaces — big and small — that are conducive to different kinds of collaborative work. And the HR team must ensure that the overall workspace and technology strategies jibe with employee expectations around collaboration. See All in WorkSpace Connect » Tags:News & ViewsHuddle spacesDigital Signageteam chatWorkSpace ConnectDigital WorkplaceEmployee ExperienceFuture of WorkNews & ViewsVideo Collaboration & A/V Articles You Might Like 420210_WSC19-Infographic-Design-650.jpg The real success comes when these three disciplines work together in creating workspaces with collaboration in mind from the get-go. Examples are littered throughout Silicon Valley, where digital companies have turned the collaborative workspace into an art form, and beyond. Here in the heartland, two great recent examples are the new headquarters projects from McDonald’s and Zurich Insurance North America. DayinLife.JPG Despite the widespread imperative to build a collaborative culture and some great examples of businesses that have gone to work on this mission, many organizations struggle in meeting the mandate. Too often, IT, Facilities, and HR live in silos, hamstrung by an inability to collaborate effectively. We hope to help break down the walls, and to provide you some inspiration for your workspace in the below infographic, in which we imagine a day in the life of a workspace where collaboration is second nature. (Infographic download available here.) Log in or register to post comments
EDMONTON — Each morning, at a public school outside of Edmonton, some students troupe to special rooms and recite the Lord’s Prayer, before rejoining their comrades for a day of learning how to read, write and do math.For decades, Sturgeon Heights School in St. Albert has set aside separate space for Christian students to say the New Testament prayer. The chair of the Sturgeon District School Board says a similar accommodation would be provided to students of other faiths, should they request it. The practice is voluntary, yet controversial, with even some legal scholars in disagreement over its constitutionality.For nine years, since his daughter first entered Sturgeon Heights, Luke Fevin has advocated against prayer in public schools.His daughter no longer attends Sturgeon Heights because, he says, his family was basically “driven out” of the school.He’s totally entitled to his point of viewHowever, he still has a vested interest as the founder of Alberta Parents for Unbiased Public Inclusive Learning, which he founded to campaign for secular public education.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.“I am embarrassed and absolutely appalled that a school in my community is still doing this,” Fevin said after he got a copy of a letter sent home last week to parents. In it, the school’s principal explains that parents can opt to have their children take part in the daily recitation of the Lord’s Prayer, which is led either by staff or students. Otherwise, students will not be asked to take part.The school, a preschool to Grade 9 facility, referred inquiries to Terry Jewell, chair of the Sturgeon District School Board, who said his understanding is that the school has offered such an option since it opened in the early 1970s. Jewell said he’s not sure how many students participate in the prayer each day, but it’s currently only offered as an option for students in Grades 1 to 6.“This is the least hidden activity, I would suggest, in that school,” Jewell said. “I think it’s fair to say that one person is trying to keep it as a perennial discussion point, our friend Luke Fevin. And he’s totally entitled to his point of view.” Back to the beginning for human rights case over Muslim prayer in private school Alberta Human Rights Commission seeks to appeal Muslim school prayer spat at Supreme Court Saskatchewan mom launches bid to oust the Lord’s Prayer from class, argues it may be harmful to students Fevin isn’t the only parent fighting against prayer in Alberta classrooms. In recent years, it has existed in various schools and districts; in some, non-praying students could leave the room, in others, the praying students were the ones to leave.Alberta and Saskatchewan public schools have the right to include prayer in opening ceremonies and during the last half hour of the day thanks to the 1901 School Ordinance of the North-West Territories, which was included in the Constitution when Alberta was formed in 1905. The explicit nature of religious education being allowed in these provinces makes them somewhat unique compared to other provinces, which have seen legal battles put an end to school prayer.But in 2016, a school in Wetaskawin, a city of some 13,000 people 70 kilometres south of Edmonton, dropped daily prayer recitation after two moms lobbied against it. Several other school divisions have dealt with the issue over the past decade.The Pembina School Division, which encompasses parts of the province north of Edmonton, decided in 2015 that it would continue to have the Lord’s Prayer recited each morning, however it reversed that decision in 2017 after a human rights complaint was filed. In those schools, the Edmonton Journal reported, students who did not wish to recite the prayer had to leave the room.It’s like everything else, common sense should prevailMarty Moore, a staff lawyer with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, said a compromise over prayer in public schools can be compared to the compromise that allows for separate Catholic school boards.“Individual students and teachers, of course, have freedom of conscience and religion and expression even in a public school, so their private choice to engage in prayer would be protected by the Charter. And then, if they’re associating in a group, voluntarily associating in a group, that would fall under freedom of association and also be protected by the Charter,” Moore said. “What’s very important, from even a more Charter perspective is that any such expression be voluntary.”The Sturgeon District School Board offers other Christian programming, including the non-denominational LOGOS program at some schools, “where children are taught to love God and others” and an optional ecumenical (though Catholic-based) religion class in other schools.While Jewell said he’s unaware of any other denominations that have made similar prayer requests, he supposed they would be granted should they come up.“If we get a hundred requests from a hundred religions we would probably start saying ‘gee is this really possible?’ and I suppose it would be within reason,” he said. “It’s like everything else, common sense should prevail.”A spokesperson for Alberta’s education minister wrote in an email that “we respect the autonomy of local school divisions in their day-to-day operations” and declined to comment further. An Alberta NDP spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.— With a file from the Edmonton Journal• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter:
Mr. Egeland, who arrived in Uganda yesterday on the first stop of a four-country mission to Africa, also discussed with President Yoweri Museveni the need to do more to protect civilians, and also the idea of a Special Envoy for Northern Uganda, according to a news release from the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).The discussions also considered the possibility that a UN agency could support the Government’s efforts to promote national reconciliation and, in that vein, agreed to consult with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, OCHA said.“They also discussed the establishment of a joint health task force to review the health situation in the camps and ways to make health interventions more effective, including through empowering and working with district authorities. Finally, they discussed the demilitarization of the police and justice system.”During a subsequent meeting with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in northern Uganda, Mr. Egeland paid tribute to their work in creating the momentum for change, highlighting several positive developments in northern Uganda while stressing the need to see actual results on the ground.”We cannot just create structures. We have to focus on results to prove that we’re making progress,” he stated, citing decreased mortality and increased numbers of returns as key examples of actual progress. Mr. Egeland is scheduled to travel to northern Uganda to get a firsthand view of the situation.After Uganda, he will then travel to Juba in southern Sudan for more consultations with officials and another visit to an IDP way station before heading to the conflict-ridden Darfur region of that country.Conflict between Government forces, pro-government militias and rebels has led to the deaths of at least 180,000 people and uprooted more than 2 million others in Darfur over the past three years, and from here Mr. Egeland will visit a Sudanese refugee camp in eastern Chad that houses some of those who have fled.He will then return to Sudan for meetings in the capital, Khartoum, with Government and UN officials, including those from the UN Mission in the Sudan (UNMIS).On the final day of the mission on 7 April, Mr. Egeland will travel to Nairobi, Kenya, where severe drought has affected 3.5 million people.
by Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 2, 2013 4:30 pm MDT Ontario calls for meeting with Ottawa to talk transit funding solutions TORONTO – Ontario’s Finance Minister is calling for a meeting with his federal counterpart to urgently discuss public transit funding in the province.Charles Sousa has written to Jim Flaherty asking Ottawa to participate in a discussion on how to best fund and support much-needed transit expansion in the province, particularly in the congested Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.Sousa’s letter on Sunday came in response to correspondence from Flaherty on Thursday in which the federal finance minister warned against making changes to the Harmonized Sales Tax.Metrolinx, Ontario’s transportation agency, recently proposed a number of measures to raise the $2 billion a year needed to fund transit, including a one percentage point hike in the HST for residents in the GTHA.Flaherty has flatly rejected the idea of a regional tax hike, saying it would not be accepted by the federal government, which administers the HST.But Sousa points out that Ontario has not asked the federal government for any changes to the HST as it continues to examine the Metrolinx proposals.“We’ve made it clear that these are just recommendations. We’ve made it clear that we’re going to have engagement and discussions and we’re going to asses what this means,” Sousa told The Canadian Press in an interview.“Let’s sit down and talk about the funding and what it is the federal government is going to do to support Ontario.”Ontario’s Liberals have said they will be consulting the public and the opposition parties before making any final decisions.They need the support of at least one opposition party to pass any legislation to bring in new fees and both the New Democrats and Progressive Conservatives say they oppose new levies.Metrolinx has said a regional increase in the HST to 14 per cent would bring in $1.3 billion a year from taxpayers in the GTHA.But a province-wide hike may be necessary because of the way the tax is administered. If that happens, Ontario should direct the revenue from outside the GTHA to priority projects in those other municipalities, Metrolinx has said.Flaherty has made it clear that a regional HST hike would go against an agreement Ontario signed with Ottawa.But Ontario is allowed to change the rate of the provincial portion of the HST once a year.“We recognize there is a concern about finding appropriate funding,” Sousa on Sunday. “We recognize that we need to have this discussion and I want to have that discussion with the minister.”In his letter to Flaherty, Sousa touted what he described as Ontario’s fiscal efficiencies and highlighted the benefits of the province and Ottawa working together.“This is a shared priority and we need you and your government to work with us, as well as contribute more funding to these critical investments for the benefit of Ontario’s and Canada’s future competitiveness,” he wrote.“This is not only an economic, social and environmental imperative, it is also an urgent obligation of national importance.”Metrolinx has said the average household in the GTHA may end up paying $477 more a year in taxes to expand public transit and shave five minutes off the current average daily commute.The agency argues everyone will benefit from less congestion.The average commuting time is 82 minutes, it said, which is expected to rise to 109 minutes by 2030.Once all public transit projects in its 25 year plan are completed, that commute will drop to 77 minutes on average, Metrolinx has said. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Briefing the Security Council, Ellen Margrethe Løj, head of the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), said this is the message that she has consistently conveyed to all her interlocutors, including President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar. “I have told them that the guns must be silenced; peace cannot be delayed even for one more day. The untold suffering of the people of South Sudan must stop,” declared Ms. Løj, telling the Council that after 6 weeks in South Sudan as head of the UN mission, she is convinced that every day without a political agreement, contributes to a further deterioration of the situation on the ground. Forces loyal to political rivals Mr. Kiir and his former Vice-President Mr. Machar, have been battling for the past 10 months, turning what began as a political spat into all out conflict that has sent more than 100,000 civilians fleeing to UNMISS bases around the country. The crisis has uprooted some 1.8 million people and placed more than 7 million at risk of hunger and disease.The ongoing absence of a concrete peace deal complicates the work of the Mission and risks negatively impacting the region. As such, Ms. Løj called on the Council, regional leaders and all friends of this young nation to remain fully engaged with the warring parties so that they make the necessary compromise required to translate their public statements of commitment to peace into actions on the ground. “The people of South Sudan deserve no less.”On the security front, she explained that small scale skirmishes have continued between the two parties to the conflict. Two weeks ago the Opposition forces mobilized from the Canal area of Northern Jonglei state and attacked and captured Dolleib Hill to the south of Malakal in Upper Nile state. In Unity state, “tensions remain high”, said Ms. Løj, particularly around the UNMISS protection site in Bentiu, with the Sudan People´s Liberation Army (SPLA), continuing to allege that the UNMISS protection site is an Opposition stronghold. Outside the traditional conflict zones, UNMISS is also keeping a close eye on Lakes state, where inter-communal violence continues which, in the most recent spate, left 30 dead in Rumbek Centre in early October. “The Government is deploying additional security forces to Rumbek in an attempt to bring the security situation under control,” she added.Turning to other issues, Ms. Løj said that across the country, the humanitarian situation remains “dire”, with around four million people, close to a third of the population, facing serious food insecurity. Aid agencies are working hard to support those in need, with over 3.2 million people having been reached with some form of humanitarian assistance over the course of the year. “UNMISS will continue to support the humanitarian community to ensure the key needs of the people of South Sudan are met” she said, noting that during the dry season, requests are likely to increase for the Mission to provide force protection to relief convoys and sites where relief is prepositioned and stored. The arrival of the remainder of the authorized surge capacity, including the proposed riverine capacity, will be key to respond to these needs. “However, no amount of aid can solve the crisis or convince people to return home: only peace and reconciliation can and, sadly, in the absence of both, the aid operation will have to be sustained if we are to continue to prevent the humanitarian situation from further deteriorating,” cautioned Ms. Løj.As for the human rights situation, she told the Council: “I must say that since I have been on the ground, I have been shocked by the complete disregard for human life. Those responsible for committing atrocities and human rights violations must be held to account and face justice.” In that regard, she looked forward to the findings of the African Union Commission of Inquiry.Highlighting another critical issue, Ms. Løj although relations between UNMISS and national authorities have improved at the political level and the number of violations of the Status of Forces agreement has decreased over the past couple of months, such violations have, in fact continued. “I am seriously concerned by the recent spate of unlawful arrests and detentions, and abductions targeting UN and humanitarian personnel. Two of our national staffs have remained in detention since August,” she said, adding that on 10 October, three UNMISS Individual Contractors were abducted at Malakal Airport, two of whom have since been released but the third person is yet to be found. Further, on 16 October a UN agency national staff member was abducted at Malakal Airport by unknown persons. “I urge Government authorities to do everything within their power to see that the captured UNMISS individual contractor and the UN agency staff member are freed quickly and unharmed,” she said.
EACH WEEK, WE highlight five apps that are worth downloading for your smartphone and tablet. There are a lot of apps released on a daily basis, but not all of them are worth paying attention to.This week includes a sequel to one of the most addictive puzzle game of 2013, a handy way to keep all your cloud accounts organised and one of best free calendar apps on the market.TwoDotsFor: iOSCost: Free- Remember Dots, the puzzle game that was (subject to debate) more addictive than Threes or 2048? Well, it got a sequel.- While the original presented random levels where you had to get as high a score as possible in 30 moves or 60 seconds, TwoDots gives it more focus by breaking it down into levels.- Progress is a bit like Candy Crush Saga in a sense, you progress through levels which get harder and harder, and you always want to have one more go.- Unlike Candy Crush Saga however, you can make it through without spending a penny on in-app purchases. They’re there, mainly to buy powerups and lives which replenish after a set amount of time, but they’re not necessary. It’s still very tricky, but if you have enough patience, you’ll get through it.- Anyone who likes a good brainteaser will enjoy this and if you haven’t already, get the original Dots too (iOS and Android) as it’s also free. Source: TwoDots/App StoreSunriseFor: iOS, AndroidCost: Free- Considering how many calendar apps are out there – and how many we’ve covered in recent times – there are some decent examples out there but nothing revolutionary.- Sunrise is definitely one of the best examples out there. Syncing with Google Calendar, iCloud, Outlook Exchange and social sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, it’s now come out for Android meaning you’ve no excuse not to try it out.- The app manages to be both simple and useful, balancing a clean look while bringing all your calendar updates into the one place.- A nice feature is having the option to take into account different time zones, in case you’re trying to orgnaise a meeting in different countries.- It’s also available online and as a Chrome app (which works offline), both working just as well as the mobile version. Source: Sunrise/YouTubeStartFor: AndroidCost: Free- If the news of Cover being acquired by Twitter has spooked you a little bit, there are other lock screen clients around and Start is worth considering.- Start separates itself from other similar lock screens with its versatility. Dragging the lock icon over an icon lets you choose an option directly from the lock screen.- The real pull of this is doing so provides you with more options. Dragging over the phone icon shows you latest calls so you can quickly ring back, the mail icon will let you open messaging apps, and so on.- Alongside that, the sidebar lets you access your Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and news feeds like the BBC quickly.- Very handy if you regularly access four or five apps every day. Source: Start by Celltick/YouTubeCloudMeshFor: Windows PhoneCost: Free (€2.49 for Pro version)- Considering how many cloud services offer free space for signing up, it wouldn’t be surprising if you’re signed up to two or more different services.- CloudMesh is designed to help WP users manage all their accounts in the one place.-The app supports OneDrive, Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive among other similar services and allows you to manage files directly.- If you have more than one of the same account, you can add them in and search between them all if necessary.- Definitely one for those who find themselves switching between different cloud apps on their phone. If it’s a major part of what you do, there’s a pro version which removes ads and unlocks some extra features. Source: CloudMesh/Windows PhoneInapp TranslatorFor: AndroidCost: Free (full version costs €1)- Last week, we had Word Lens, an augmented reality app that translates a foreign language showing on your camera, and the theme of travel and translation continues.- Inapp Translator is pretty self-explanatory, it provides an easy way to translate whatever you’re reading into your native language, so long as you can copy and paste it.- It uses Microsoft Translator to translate 45 different languages on a number of different apps such as Gmail, WhatsApp, Google Docs, MS Office, all web browsers and Google Play Book.- It acts as a floating icon on your screen. If you see something that you would like to be translated, copy and paste and then hit the icon to see the translation.- Really for those who want to bring the auto-translate functionality of traditional web browsers to the small screen. Source: Inapp Translator/Google PlayRead: 5 apps worth downloading this week – 24th May >Read: Microsoft reveals real-time language translator for Skype calls >
The PS Vita is set to launch in the U.S. next month in both Wi-Fi-only and 3G versions. If you opt for the 3G Vita then you’ll need to sign up with AT&T for a data plan as it has secured exclusive rights to offer such plans. What we didn’t know officially until today was how much those plans would cost.As expected, AT&T has decided to offer two data plans for PS Vita owners. The first will cost $14.99 a month and limits you to 250MB of data. The only other option is a $25 plan with a 2GB limit. The good news is AT&T isn’t going to tie you to a long-term contract. Both these plans are month-to-month, meaning you can try one out and then cancel the subscription if you just don’t like it or need it. Alternatively, you can just sign up for a month of data every so often.The bonus of having the 3G version of the Vita is you will always be connected. Sony does have a number of services for you to take advantage of, including PSN access for digital games downloads, location-based apps allowing you to find other Vita owners near to you, multiplayer gaming on the go, and the ability to collect in-game items only available when visiting a specific real-world location. There’s also Live Area which links to PSN and offers gaming news and updates, and all the typical web services you’d expect will be accessible (Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, etc.).Investing in PS Vita even without the data plan is going to be quite expensive. The Wi-Fi versions costs $249.99, and if you want 3G capabilities expect to pay $299.99. On top of that you’ll need a proprietary SD card for saves costing between $29.99 and $199.99 (and one each if you want to share a PS Vita across multiple PSN accounts), and then you have to buy the games.Due to poor sales in Japan retailers have already dropped the price of the PS Vita 3G by as much as 20%. It’s unlikely the same thing will happen before the US launch, but if you do want the 3G version it may be worth waiting a month after launch before purchasing. We could see another big price drop just like we got with the 3DS.Read more at AT&T
Acer may be one of the first manufacturers to get a sub-10-inch Windows tablet on the market this year. Just days ago, an Amazon product page appeared briefly that showed off the unannounced Iconia W3.There are three things that stand out about the new Acer. First is its 8-inch, 1280 x 800 display. It could be the first mainstream Windows 8 tablet to hit the streets with a display that small.Prior to Microsoft’s changes to the Windows certification guidelines, tablet screens that small weren’t an option. The updated rules gave companies like Acer the green light to start building Windows devices that were better able to challenge the likes of the Nexus 7 and iPad mini in terms of portability and price.The other two key features of the Iconia W3 work in tandem. Acer chose to build the tablet around a dual-core Intel Atom processor — which means the W3 will run full-on Windows 8 and not Windows RT.That has come as a shock to a few people. Many in the tech scene believe that the only way to really challenge smaller Android devices is with the least expensive option available — which would be Windows RT and ARM.Acer, however, thinks that there’s no value in building a device like that at the moment. RT still needs to mature, and it’s still a source of confusion for many consumers. That’s got a lot to do with the fact that it can’t run regular Windows apps (not without way more tinkering than the average person cares to do, anyway).That wouldn’t be a problem for the Iconia W3, of course. It’s got Windows netbook guts in a small tablet package. It will still run Windows Store apps, too, and they’ll look great on its 8-inch display. But it will also be able to power a full Windows 8 desktop experience. The current-gen Atom chip can’t provide the same kind of power as its Core cousins, but it’s more sufficient for budget-conscious consumers.The Iconia W3 could be a very attractive option for parents who were considering an iPad mini for their kids. Why spend money on a tablet and a notebook or desktop when a single $380 device can handle both roles? It could also win some fans in enterprise IT. Small Android tablets are great — and so is the iPad mini — but neither can run the legacy and in-house Windows apps that power the day-to-day operations of a great number of businesses.
Joker and The Terminator Cross Over Into ‘Mortal Kombat 11’‘Street Fighter V’ and ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Get Ne… Stay on target There have been eleven main Mortal Kombat games. Can you believe it? The 90s were that long ago. Since then the fighting game has become a gory institution as colorful ninjas and sorcerers and special forces agents collide to rip each others’ guts out in wacky martial arts tournaments.But in the past decade Mortal Kombat has gone from just a recognizable violent fighting game to a really good recognizable violent fighting game. And the recently released Mortal Kombat 11 brings the reboot trilogy home with a story mode stretching across all of history and new ways for customizing characters to your liking, with different skills and gear to make the accessible mechanics even more varied and deep.Expensive cutscenes and ancillary (arguably exploitative) side content aren’t worth anything though if your fighting game doesn’t have a solid roster. Fortunately, Mortal Kombat 11 gives you a diverse cast of kombatants on which to unleash your bloodlust. And we’re taking a look at every single one of them. Today’s fighter: Nightwolf. Who Are They?Look, classic fighting games aren’t exactly known for their racial sensitivity. Nightwolf, or Grey Cloud, is a noble warrior from the Makota Tribe who frequently interacts with Thunder God Raiden in various visions. Like a whole host of other kombatants, Nightwolf is serving Shinnok as an undead revenant by the time of Mortal Kombat 11.Kombat KhronologyNightwolf was first introduced in Mortal Kombat 3. His menagerie of spirit animal powers paired nicely with that game’s Animality transformation finishing moves. He even taught Animalities to Liu Kang in the awful second live-action movie. Meanwhile, his pet wolf Kiba from the Defenders of the Realm cartoon becomes canon as a move in this game.Koolest KustomizationsMost of Nightwolf’s powers revolve around some sort of animal gimmick. Whether it’s his quick light attack the Rabbit Punch or powerful Rhino Charge shoulder bash. Certain custom moves even summon animal spirits to buff attack or defense with wolf or bear powers, or just launch a ghost hawk at opponents. However, his weapons get plenty of love, too. There are multiple ways to throw the tomahawk and his arrows can call down lighting strikes.How Gross Is The Fatality?If you’re going to make me play as an indigenous stereotype, the least you can do is let me get some revenge against the colonizing white man. Fortunately, Nightwolf’s Fatality doesn’t disappoint in this regard. He chops open your face and rips off the front half of your body, jaw first, so your entrails spill all over the battlefield. Then, with graceful form, he throws an axe dead-center into your heart.Mortal Kombat 11 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. For more, read our spine-ripping impressions of the game as a whole, learn more about Mortal Kombat’s history with the government, and check out our character guide for the much less violent fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.View as: One Page Slides1/271. Read Our Full Mortal Kombat 11 ReviewRead Johnny Cage’s Guide2. Read Sub-Zero’s Guide3. Read Erron Black’s Guide4. Read Scorpion’s Guide5. Read Liu Kang’s Guide6. Read Raiden Guide7. Read Kitana’s Guide8. Read Kung Lao’s Guide9. Read Cetrion’s Guide10. Read Jade’s Guide11. Read Kotal Kahn’s Guide12. Read Skarlet’s Guide13. Read Noob Saibot’s Guide14. Read Geras’ Guide15. Read Baraka’s Guide16. Read Jax’s Guide17. Read Jacqui Briggs’ Guide18. Read Frost’s Guide19. Read D’Vorah’s Guide20. Read Kabal’s Guide21. Read Kano’s Guide22. Read Cassie Cage’s Guide23. Read Shao Kahn’s Guide24. Read Kollector’s Guide25. Read Sonya Blade’s Guide26. Read Shang Tsung’s Guide27. Read Nightwolf’s Guide
Antoine Griezmann’s situation has been very unclear lately but the Frenchman insisted that he hasn’t held any talks with Barcelona but wants to decide before the World Cup over his future.The Atletico attacker has been heavily linked with a possible move to Barcelona but he denied that he has been holding talks with the Catalonian side – but he admitted that he may leave at the end of the season.The former Real Sociedad striker spoke about his future as he said, according to Goal:“I don’t know where you get this information, but it is false.”Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…“I want to be free and think only about the French team.”“I would like my future to be settled before the World Cup, otherwise, afterwards, we will have questions to the right and the left. I will continue as I am now, giving everything to the club.”“I had a difficult start to the season for several reasons. I expressed things wrongly and made mistakes.”
Kolkata: The state government has proposed to introduce the use of CNG as a pilot project for government vehicles. On Friday, Transport minister Suvendu Adhikari stated that the government has already taken up the issue with GAIL and it has been proposed that CNG will be supplied in tankers as no pipeline exists for the supply of CNG in the state. Later, in due course, pipelines will be laid after the experimental use of CNG sees success.On Friday, Adhikary inaugurated a transport expo in New Town. After inauguration, he informed that the state is mulling to crack down on vehicles aged more than 15 years coming from outside Kolkata, as per the direction of the National Green Tribunal to curb environmental pollution. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIntensive campaigns will be conducted with all wings in this regard. He said: “We will prevent the vehicles which are aged 15 years or more, from entering Kolkata from outside.” Apart from this, he also informed that the Chief Secretary has recently interacted with GAIL authorities, regarding the supply of CNG in Kolkata. Primarily, it will be supplied using tankers which are meant for government vehicles only. Later, pipelines will be laid to initiate full-fledged supply of CNG. “Our Chief Secretary has interacted with GAIL regarding the supply of CNG and GAIL has committed to him regarding the same. As of now, the lack of pipelines is the problem. Pipelines will be laid in future but it will take time,” the minister said. Transport secretary B P Gopalika has further informed that the CNG supplied by GAIL will primarily be available only for government vehicles as a pilot project.
Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >> Air Canada kicks off Montreal-Lima and Yellowknife-Vancouver service Tags: Air Canada MONTREAL — This past weekend was a busy one for Air Canada, which launched service between Montreal and Lima, and from Yellowknife to Vancouver.As Montreal’s first year-round link to the southern hemisphere, flight AC1942 arrived at Lima’s Jorge Chávez International Airport on the morning of Dec. 17, complementing the airline’s existing flights from Toronto and positioning it as an “important player” in the growing market between Montreal and Latin America, said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada.“Air Canada is continuing its global expansion with the launch of Montreal-Lima, the first South American route from our Montreal hub that will offer business and leisure travellers as well as freight forwarders from Quebec and Atlantic Canada convenient access to Peru,” he added. “This concludes an exceptional year of growth out of Montreal-Trudeau with the introduction of eight new destinations.”Next year, Air Canada will launch service to Tokyo-Narita (Japan), Dublin (Ireland), Lisbon (Portugal) and Bucharest (Romania). Smith also added that over the past five years, Air Canada has increased capacity from Montreal by 83% and added 29 new destinations.More news: Air Canada’s global sales update includes Managing Director, Canada & USA SalesMontreal-Lima direct service runs twice weekly and is operated by Air Canada Rouge with 282-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft featuring Premium Rouge and Economy class service.A day earlier on Dec. 16, Air Canada also inaugurated Yellowknife seasonal service from Vancouver, the only nonstop flights between the two cities. The daily service is offered onboard 76-seat Bombardier CRJ-705 jet aircraft and will operate until April. Next year’s seasonal service from Vancouver will kick off on Sept. 5, 2018.“We are pleased to now link Yellowknife to our Vancouver trans-Pacific hub, connecting seamlessly to and from our Asia and U.S. transborder networks to offer time savings and ease for both international visitors travelling to enjoy our country’s spectacular Aurora Borealis and Canada’s northern winter adventures, as well as for local residents. Our seasonal route will begin in early fall next year to meet the growing demand for travel to Canada’s Northwest Territories from Asia,” said Smith. Share Posted by Monday, December 18, 2017
June 1, 2015 835 Views Share The FHLBank System Completes First Merger in 80-Year History The Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines (FHLB Des Moines) announced today in a press release that it will merge with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle (FHLB Seattle). More details concerning this new combination will be included in a related Form 8-K that FHLB Des Moines will file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.”The paperwork has been formally approved and signed and the merger of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle is now official,” said Melvin L. Watt, FHFA director. “As the regulator of the Federal Home Loan Bank System, FHFA views this voluntary merger as consistent with safety and soundness and with the mission of the System to support home mortgage lending and community investment.”FHLB Des Moines is one of 11 regional Banks in the FHLBank System, the release stated. It was established by congress in 1932 to support mortgage lending. The FHLBank system funds approximately 7,400 federally insured depository institutions of all sizes and types. Its membership includes commercial banks, credit unions, thrifts, insurance companies, and community development financial institutions from every U.S. state and territory.This voluntary merger will constitute the first in the 80-year history of the FHLBank system, the cooperative said. The merger closed on May 31, 2015, and today is the first day that the two Banks will operate as one.“We are pleased to have finalized this merger with overwhelming support from our members,” said Dick Swanson, FHLB Des Moines CEO. “As a cooperative, we strive to make decisions that are in the best long-term interest of our members. We believe that the continuing Bank will be stronger by virtue of its larger and more geographically diverse membership base and can achieve operational efficiencies that will help maintain our sound financial condition over the long run.”FHLB Des Moines will now be the largest bank in the system in terms of membership and geography, the company said. It will also serves nearly 1,500 financial institutions in 13 states and three U.S. Pacific territories. Headquarters are to remain in Des Moines with a western regional office in Seattle.“The management teams, staffs and boards at both Banks worked closely together over the last six months on a merger integration plan designed to help facilitate the smoothest possible transition for our members,” said Mike Wilson, FHLB Des Moines president. “We are confident that we are well-positioned to maintain the same high level of customer service and support that our customers are accustomed to receiving and fulfill our mission of providing funding and liquidity to meet the housing, economic development and business needs of communities across our district.” Bank Merger Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle Securities and Exchange Commission 2015-06-01 Staff Writer in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Origination, Servicing, Uncategorized
Sue Grafton, writer of popular ‘alphabet’ mysteries, dies LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Sue Grafton, author of the bestselling “alphabet series” of mystery novels, has died in Santa Barbara. She was 77.Grafton was surrounded by family, including husband Steven Humphrey, when she died Thursday after a two-year battle with cancer, her daughter, Jamie Clark, posted on the author’s website.“Although we knew this was coming, it was unexpected and fast. She had been fine up until just a few days ago, and then things moved quickly,” the posting said.Grafton began her “alphabet series” in 1982 with “A is for Alibi.” Her most recent book, “Y is for Yesterday,” was published in August.“Many of you also know that she was adamant that her books would never be turned into movies or TV shows, and in that same vein, she would never allow a ghost writer to write in her name,” her daughter wrote. “Because of all of those things, and out of the deep abiding love and respect for our dear sweet Sue, as far as we in the family are concerned, the alphabet now ends at Y.”Humphrey said Grafton had been struggling to find an idea for “Z” while undergoing treatment and losing weight.“Nothing’s been written,” he told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “There is no Z.”He added with a laugh, “Nobody in this family will ever use the letter Z again.”The fictional heroine of the series, Southern California private detective Kinsey Millhone, was Grafton’s alter ego, she told The Seattle Times earlier this year.“I’m an introvert, so doing half of what Kinsey is beyond my poor capabilities,” Grafton said. “But it’s fun to get to live her life without penalty.”Her husband agreed that Grafton was Kinsey.“Yes, as Sue said, ‘We’re one spirit in two bodies, and she got the good one,’” Humphrey said.While Grafton aged, her heroine didn’t quite as much.“So when I started, she was 32, and I was 42. Now, she is 39, and I am 77. So there’s a little bit of injustice there, but she is single,” she told NPR in an interview earlier this year. “She’s been married twice. She has no kids, no pets, no house plants.”She said she was looking forward to reaching the end of the alphabet with “Z is for Zero.”Grafton began writing at 18, and wrote her first novel at 22. “A is for Alibi” was the eighth novel she wrote, and the third she had published.On her blog, she said her ideas come from everywhere.“I read newspapers, textbooks on crime. I talk to private investigators, police officers, jail administrators, doctors, lawyers, career criminals. Ideas are everywhere,” she said.Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Grafton stayed tied to her roots, dividing her time between a home there and her home in California. In addition to her husband and daughter Jamie Clark, she is survived by another daughter, Leslie Twine, and her son, Jay Schmidt.Grafton’s remains will be cremated and the family will hold a private memorial Sunday. Memorials also will be held in Louisville and New York City. by John Antczak, The Associated Press Posted Dec 29, 2017 11:43 am PDT Last Updated Dec 29, 2017 at 4:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Madonna presents a tribute to Aretha Franklin, pictured on screen, at the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Monday, Aug. 20, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) by Leanne Italie, The Associated Press Posted Aug 20, 2018 10:37 pm PDT Last Updated Aug 21, 2018 at 6:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – The backlash was swift for Madonna’s rambling, egocentric tribute to Aretha Franklin at the MTV Video Music Awards, with media and Queen-of-Soul fans wondering why she got the gig in the first place.Dressed in flowing black with grandiose flourishes of African jewelry, Madonna’s send-off came before she presented the video of the year award to Camila Cabello on Monday night. She spoke at length about her own start in the business and her own career before thanking Franklin for “empowering all of us. R.E.S.P.E.C.T.”Cabello then collected the biggest award of the night for her “Havana” video with a bow to Madonna, dedicating the trophy to, you guessed it, Madonna.There was a short video of early Franklin that played before Madonna said that the icon who died Thursday “changed the course of my life,” and Franklin’s “Respect” played as the night’s closing credits rolled. But there was no live musical performance honouring the legend.Some accused Madonna, in her spiky silver headpiece, heavy necklaces and beaded bracelets, of cultural appropriation. Far more accused her of making the show’s only tribute to Franklin all about herself.“I’m so lost,” radio host Charlamagne Tha God tweeted. “I thought Madonna was supposed to be paying homage to Aretha but all I heard was her paying homage to herself.”After describing her teen exit from Detroit to make her name in show business, Madonna said at one point, “So, you are probably all wondering why I am telling you this story.”Why, yes. Before she got to the point (she sang “(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman” acapella at an audition of yore), Madonna meandered through references to Paris, poverty, guitar lessons and finally her backside hanging out at a VMAs show after breaking a stiletto.“Does Madonna know Madonna didn’t die?” ESPN’s Katie Nolan tweeted.Marc Snetiker of Entertainment Weekly described the speech on Twitter as “Madonna presents an Aretha Franklin tribute by Madonna featuring Madonna with Madonna and Madonna as ‘Madonna’.”The response was not unlike that from some fans of Prince when Madonna donned a “Purple Rain” suit to honour him soon after his death, at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.The Madonna Twitter roasting included this from one angry Franklin fan: “Only madonna would tell her life story while honouring a dead Black Woman lmaooo.” Madonna’s rambling Aretha Franklin tribute earns backlash
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